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serial of criticized what is described one sided sanctions against syria including imposing embargo on oil exports from the country sanctions are rarely the best possible solution he said and could even make matters worse earlier the european union imposed embargo on all experts from the country and western powers are pushing for further measures against president assad the brutal crackdown on protests that russia's fears concerning sanctions against syria are justified as many believe that sanctions are the first step to repeat e.b.'s disastrous scenario in syria russia calls for more corporation rather than military action and today sergei lavrov in particular said that moscow sent an official invitation to representatives of the libyan national transitional council to come to russia to discuss potential energy projects in the but as artie's daniel bushell reports not everyone is eager to cooperate or even share with lining up for its lucrative
energy deposits italy's top oil company and he has already moved its workers back into libya britain's b.p. is said to be in private talks with the interim government french rival to toll did noise reports that france was promised a third of the country's forced reserves by rebels patel and pay france's foreign minister calls it a fair and logical to favor those who backed the winning side who are against gadhafi is not even over but allies already appear to be fighting for the resources he wants controlled by actually this war with this activism of. it was a war of france against italy. ownership of libya's oil say experts is key to control of the country libya's a very unusual economy in that it depended it depends entirely on all production and the money coming from oil shale oil is so crucial some libyans call forums. on
the occupation which the challenge people will not accept. he was speaking at a demonstration to give the north africans and europeans who oppose the takeover of libya's resources these people are denouncing what they're calling the looting of libya they say nato states stealing the country's oil under the pretext of helping its civilians libyan politicians they should have their most important assets libya is a population. we have that i for some of determination we don't want companies to know what a future rebels a certain group warding states who helped them to power then you will shortie human rights watch claims it's discovered thousands of documents in libya that suggest close cooperation between gadhafi regime and british and american intelligence it's thought that much of the data deals with the rendition of suspects to libya for
interrogation but a european peace activist told r.t. that it's not unusual for the west to turn against his allies to secure its interests. you have bullet except by your waist that powers i mean they played a game we cannot forget that the biggest american enemy are . being allowed to enter wars like the beginning their brand. war against the soviet union in now galleys donna and yes of course that we even eagerly they like not only be angry jim it's not her i think now they told us that they can't control islamic groups who live very much in the sea and they gave military support. they gave them the money and everything. western powers. to be fair to door aside there we do is let me
groups and also racist to group sure you know do have a better be useful. because not a government didn't want to deal. to western powers. during the summit into russia's foreign minister also spoke out however nato has missile defense shield in europe which the us is actively developing. says there's no indication of washington's willingness to cooperate with moscow on the issue the kremlin wants to create a joint missile defense system but the off has been met with a lukewarm response from nato on friday turkey agreed to host a radar for the west and shield russia feels the system could threaten its security but brussels claims it's aimed against so-called rogue states moscow's requests for written guarantees are so far being brushed off by the unites. while the u.s. remains locked in to cooperate russia is working to make sure its. top shape it
successfully upgraded version of its top all ballistic missile saturday with a maximum range of ten thousand kilometers it's capable of missile defense systems . to make it even more difficult to detect which military officials say is a response to washington's plans for europe. minutes past the hour still to come in the program. with grief. the painful anniversary of the deaths of over three hundred thirty three times a terrorist attack on a school seven years ago. but first ukraine is struggling to pay its gas bill to moscow but is rooting out its national energy firm with russia's gazprom to try costs. proposals on the issue are not concrete and they can't be revised unilaterally previous disputes left europe in
the cold after transit supplies were cut as a report ukraine is now busy looking for ways to. win the two thousand and nine disruption to european gas supplies sparked when ukraine blocked transit of russian gas and it gave a collective sigh of relief but the issue has remained a thorn in the side. it is pushing hard for a discount from the current market price of four hundred dollars four thousand cubic meters. we made ourselves clear if they want cheaper gas can integrate with us into a common economic space if they don't want that can give us a good commercial offer like selling our gas transportation system to us they don't want any of those only discounts however it seems of is already looking for an alternative a scape route it has signed an eight hundred million dollar contract with boiled dutch shell to explore its reserves of shale gas but experts warn about the danger
to public health that with the boy just chill gas is extracted by hydro fracking that means special chemicals around into the water to break up the rock formations the components of these chemicals are kept secret by the companies in the united states who claim it's a commercial secret but water laced with chemicals ends up in drinking water so shale gas development poses a serious threat to the environment and health care apart from being seen as unsafe it is also described by many as too expensive and can hardly replace natural gas. we're watching the situation and we think that locally it's very viable but it will remain a local gas supply it's impossible to extract gas at a loss for long years and if you look at the she'll get suppliers right now you'll see that most of them are losing money experts say shale gas reserves ukraine may be the biggest in europe but it may take up to it decade to develop them nevertheless he exclaims next year it wants less russian gas slashing the amount it
plans to buy by more than a third a move that violates the two thousand and nine deal and could see europe's energy supplies once again on shaky ground another tussle over gas price between kiev and moscow left many warring in europe that there will be another gas war and another disruption of supplies into the european continent but the russian energy minister reassured that the events of two thousand and nine will not happen again and that there is still enough time to find a compromise solution alexy recess. reporting from kiev in ukraine let's not look at what's being updated for you. today the web site. says the whistleblower takes a hit from some of the world's biggest newspapers for publishing editing cables. of the moment check out our gallery of moscow's massive annual military is taking place at the moment in the iconic red square where dozens of russian forces performers have been giving it their all and it really is
question on the dot com. u.s. markets have taken a nosedive his fears over a new recession grow they were fueled by the worst jobs report in a year which showed employers are virtually stop hiring. believes that washington is under the impression that the regular americans simply don't deserve a. we know that the that washington is talking about. the same kind of voice measures that are tracking through europe as well what does that mean it means more cutbacks so at a time when the economy is already slowing down they created zero jobs which is just perfect for washington because they bad zero on just about everything that's thrown at the war on drugs wars in afghanistan and wars on education you name it they add to it they do zero so what it shows us is
that at a time when things are slowing down it's going to be calm much worse all of this q. we did me a list all of the promise them bush talked to the money go it's called too big to fail so the money went all to the too big and the rest of the people the too small to say the gap between the rich and the poor is the widest in the united states than any of the industrialized nations and it's the same trend that's going on worldwide. nature of the program financial pundits some news with us about canada's economic future. canadian real estate market is going to collapse why because vancouver is like japan in one nine hundred eighty nine tokyo one nine hundred eighty nine the alberta oil fields
of tar sands are stretched and that trans canada pipeline is going to be shut down by activists anyway so this country is going down the tubes and i love the fact that business insider henry blodget site has recently put forward the idea of actually having canada and america joining to create a global north american united states union as a way to extend and pretend to take canada's debt and american debt create new north american debt so what we're seeing in the euro zone this is part of the new world order as some call it just create a global debt market put all your local debts into it put it out for a hundred years and pretend like it'll go away oh by the way impose austerity measures in getting deeper and deeper every single day along the way. nearly a billion people in the world are going. to the united states even our trash cans or food which. you just have to go get it all of these perfectly good eggs
because one was crap didn't even get over the other ones just threw him all away from the cheese from the german oh you clearly like the upper class. from the dumpster at one am this morning three pm this afternoon on the grill a cake is made from and one dozen. delicious breakfasts for the family make some toast for about a week every year in america we throw away ninety six billion pounds of.
a summer long movement of discontent the protests of the culmination of what's become israel's most serious domestic crisis and she targeted soaring housing prices but quickly evolved into outrage against a wide range of economic troubles with activists demanding the prime minister steps down that's not the only issue on the israeli leadership plate right now foreign policy has been dealt a major blow after turkey seven its military ties for fusing to apologize for killing nine turkish activists in last year's gaza flotilla raid on the head of the israeli diplomatic mission to turkey told r.t. that the real threat is for israel to be left isolated in the region. is what is lost its closest friend in the region in the last two decades which is a strong diplomatic political blow also a strategic blow because the army is used to train together i think in addition on top of the damage to the bilateral relations we have to see if there will be
a spillover to egypt and jordan i think this is the moment the critical issue if the question is about these welly politicians the only thing they can do in the near future is improving their relations with the palestinians sitting again trying to reach an agreement i think the issue of the israeli palestinian relations will be the critical issue also regarding their relations with turkey i don't think that by lead to an early something could be done i don't think it's too late to apologize so i think by lead to only very little good to be done things have to move regionally. the sky above the russian town of beslan and turned white today as hundreds of balloons were released in memory of the victims of the country's deadliest terrorist attack over three hundred thirty people died when a group of terrorists held around a thousand people hostage in a school for three days without food or water seven years ago but is made in
a culture of a reports now from the republic of north setia. it is the third day of mourning here in the smallest such an town of bassline where hundreds of people from across the republic of north assess you are coming to pay their last respects towards the victims of the stage their memorial services took place first at the ruins of the school number one where the hostages were held and then hand at the cemetery for the victims which is called the city of angels the names of the victims were killed during the siege were read out to the sound of the ticking clock and during this time and it took more than twenty five minutes to read all the names people have remained silent as the ruins of the school as one zero five moscow time exactly the time when first explosions at the school's gym ring out as church bell rang twice followed by a minute of silence and during this minutes most of the women started to cry and
there was one woman she was standing very close to us and she started calling for her son and she was calling so loud that it was a terrifying moment for many who gathered that the bassline tragedy destroyed lives of hundreds over here in the north society here and so seven years have passed the pain still remains. now to some of the world of the news this making headlines former international monetary fund chief dominique strauss may return to his native france for the first time since his arrest for sexual assault reporting from french media sources after transcon together with his wife and daughter were seen leaving new york was accused of the attempted rape of a hotel maid in. prosecutors cleared him of all charges after the major test called in to. the taliban says it's holding thirty pakistani boys who were kidnapped off the mistakenly crossing the afghan border on thursday the boys aged between twelve
and eighteen were visiting a nature spot to celebrate the muslim festival of when they were seized some ministers. local authorities both sides face a challenge in securing the almost two and a half thousand kilometer boundary. in south sudan thousands of refugees are fleeing the disputed border region after violence flared up it's a third outbreak of fighting since the country became independent in july a state of emergency was declared in the region on friday after clashes broke up between armed forces and a rebel group decades long war for south sudan's independence as claimed files of lives. police in germany used water cannon and battles against left wing extremists who are protesting near nazi march in dortmund these one officer was seriously injured is left as protesters attacked police by hurling stones and bottles. through an immigrant neighborhood in the city and marks the start of world war two when germany attacked poland and nine hundred thirty nine. also the world update
this hour a fast moving wildfire has broken out of the major interstate highway between southern california and las vegas in the u.s. on friday a busy freeway was temporarily closed as the flames scorched the desert bush traffic queue for several kilometers as people tried to head out of town for labor day weekend reports claim that residents of at least fifteen hundred homes have been evacuated from the area. david petraeus is retired from the u.s. military after years of commanding the wars in iraq and afghanistan he takes over the cia next week and wants to keep the money saying that any military budget cuts will hamper the fragile and reversible gains made by the armed forces but artie's military contributor thinks it's about time the pentagon cut its cloth. during his farewell address that fourth mayors general petraeus touched upon several very significant things first the general cautioned against the american mistake after
vietnam war and to prevent hollowing u.s. army also cautioned to keep counting insurgency doctrine alive and to call for maintaining the full spectrum operation capabilities for the united states forces there real danger for the band in the twenty first century is not that it cuts might lead to a hollow the army but the army itself is growing more and more irrelevant in vic kind of and challenges at least for the united states for two reasons first due to the ast symmetrical nature of the current and all the horizon challenges and secondly that it is more exception than as a rule but the american g.i.'s being the most expensive soldier in the world it is the united states bat has to be a celeb more than anything else regarding the pentagon cuts. in just over
a week america will mark a decade since suffering as was terrorism on home soil nine eleven that the touch paper for a war in the us invaded iraq and afghanistan and eventually led to the killing of osama bin laden but these skulls in new york remain very health and it's also people that whether they feel today's world is any safer. the so-called war on terror that launched after the tragic nine eleven attacks on the us has cost hundreds of thousands of lives and trillions of dollars by some estimates so ten years later has the effort been worth it this week let's talk about that i think it's more secure now i think that i believe that yes is it trillions of dollars safer. i can say that i don't know the war actually inside of more terror than it's that's my opinion but that's the european opinion so to
speak as you know the europeans they are not as aggressive in the war against terrorism as the americans so both america the u.k. anybody is involved in it just just back off. the bat so hot you know because if you do back away they've won and you don't want to let the terrorists win so it's just it's not easy to come up with the right answer if anybody wants to you know to cause trouble or to or to provoke some kind of attack they can do so with or without a war so would you categorize the war on terror as a failure. as unnecessary do you think the world is safer because of it i don't know i think that we have been out of offending the court waiting for to get in more than three hours and i think that maybe is excessive but i don't know so do you think that we're giving up too much liberty in the world in the name of security i think the death of the danger is very close we have to give more liberties and if the world becomes safer and maybe we can get them back you're ok
with giving them up for a while i think so we should probably stop using the word for starters and the war on terror stop using the phrase just it's just just a stupid phrase and was coined for political reasons i think we should should stop using bad and just just do what needs to be done whether or not you think it's been . worth the effort the bottom line is the war on terror has been bloody and costly and we still have yet to see any clear plan for it then it's. twenty six minutes past the hour now i'll be about the recap our top stories in four minutes from now stay with us live here in moscow this is our take.
alex. the worldwide manhunt for him lasted for fifteen year it's. a one million euro award was promised for his county. political minus murder for the west. the national hero for minions of. general of the serbian army i. problem luggage here are criminal. on archie. i got out of the military in one thousand nine hundred sixty six i got
over because the things i saw the things i was doing and this reason said we were given for doing them it was a personal protest. during the vietnam war an antiwar movement emerged that altered the course of history this movement didn't take place on college campuses but in barracks and on ships penetrated elite military colleges like west point and it spread throughout the battlefields of vietnam. today few people know about the g.i. movement against the war in vietnam. after the army we always said free the army or fun travel and adventure but it really meant to be our.
sunday morning here in the russian capital this is our top stories now this hour hundreds of thousands of israelis have gathered to be the biggest ever government. protest against the high cost of living and a ray of economic problems. russia is laying into the e.u. for taking unilateral approach against syria foreign minister sergei lavrov says the plans for a new oil in bongo will destroy any part of like approach to solving the country's crisis. in ukraine with another winter of discontent looming. negotiate with russia over its previously agreed. on that's it from me today my colleague thomas will be here as the news continues and thirty minutes from now in the meantime the kaiser report looks at whether me international monetary fund has more record than rescue and also plans to cut the big banks down to size that's next.